Vogue Editor Anna Wintour is Quite the Artistic Target

 - Jan 22, 2014
Anna Wintour is one of the fashion industry's most polarizing players. You either love her or wish she would trip on her four inch Christian Louboutin pumps. The editor-in-chief of Vogue America is credited with first putting celebrities on magazine covers instead of models.

Known for her harsh treatment of under-staffing and unreachable high standards to please, she has grown quite the crowd of critics. Some artists have made not-so-flattering illustrations poking fun of her. Some are very risqué, such as one featuring her showing her "appreciation" for President Obama. Other illustrations are quite comical, like ones showing visuals of various rumors about her.

She is also known for having a some bizarre staff requests, such as for interns to not look her in the eye. The craziness continues in her tributes with Anna-flavored ice creams and Si-Fi accessories.